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Maybe a skeletonizer
Re : Salix Caprea leaves eaten -- Caroline|
|Posted by M. D. Vaden , Sep 27,2006,01:34||Top of Thread||Forum|
Could be a worm.
But you only mentioned holes, not insect or worm descriptions.
Call a local arborist and see if there has been an outbreak of insect damge this year, in your area.
If the leaves fall in autumn, it won't matter what it looks like in a few weeks.
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